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Conference Paper
Edwards B, Webb N, McCord S.  2018.  AERO, a wind erosion modeling framework with applications to monitoring data. 73rd Soil and Water Conservation Society International Annual Conference .
Edwards B, McCord S, Webb N, Stauffer N.  2018.  AERO: An Aeolian erosion modeling environment. International Conference on Aeolian Research.
Bestelmeyer BT, McCord S, Webb N, Brown J., Herrick JE, Peters DC.  2020.  Big data, local science: Not an oxymoron. Ecological Society of America.
Stauffer N, McCord S, Kachergis E.  2018.  Communicating Ecological Data with Land Managers: Lessons Learned. Ecological Society of America.
McCord S, Webb N, Bonefont K, Burke R, Edwards B, Bestelmeyer BT, Herrick JE.  2020.  A data commons approach can help span scales and stakeholders to support ecosystem conservation and land use. Ecological Society of America.
Stauffer N, Karl JW, McCord S, Miller S.  2016.  Deriving empirical benchmarks from existing monitoring datasets for rangeland adaptive management. Society for Range Management Meeting.
McCord S, Stauffer N, Garman S, Webb N.  2017.  Emerging ecological datasets with application for modeling North American dust emissions. American Geophysical Union.
DI STEFANO SEANF, Brungard C, Karl JW, Stauffer N, McCord S.  2018.  Evaluation of the automated reference toolset for oil and gas reclamation on Colorado rangelands. Society for Range Management Meeting Proceedings.
James D.K., McCord S, Kachergis E, Herrick JE.  2015.  Implementing AIM-based monitoring for natural resource management. 68th Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management.
McCord S, James D.K., Wilson D, Karl JW, Kachergis E.  2015.  Multiscale ecosystem monitoring: an application of scaling data to answer multiple ecological questions. 68th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting.
McCord S, Stauffer N.  2020.  Terradactyl: an example of modularity and ontologies to ensure the sustainability of open source software. Society for Range Management.
McCord S, Stauffer N.  2019.  terradactyl: R Package for Rangeland Core Methods Data Extraction and Calculation. 72nd Society for Range Management International Meeting.
Burke R, McCord S, Kachergis E, Jeffries M, Dickard M, Greene A, Herrick JE, Lepak N, Pilliod D, Prentice K.  2020.  Understanding ecological condition and change on rangelands managed by the Bureau of Land Management: An initial report. Ecological Society of America.
Traynor A, Miller S, McCord S, Webb N, Stauffer N, Kachergis E, Newbury C, Courtright J, Cappuccio N.  2020.  Using benchmarks to assess management objectives across ecological domains. Ecological Society of America.
McCord S, Karl JW.  2015.  Using the best available data: integrating field data and remote sensing imagery to monitor rangelands. 68th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting.
Stauffer N, McCord S, Karl JW.  2019.  A web interface for creating random, spatially balanced landscape monitoring designs. Society for Range Management.
Conference Proceedings
McCord S, Karl JW, Van Zee J, Courtright E.  2017.  Analytical approaches to quality assurance and quality control in rangeland monitoring data. 70th Annual Society for Range Management meeting. Jan 1 - Feb 2, 2017, Saint George, Utah
Karl JW, McCord S, Miller S.  2018.  Challenges and opportunities with standardized monitoring for management decison-making. Society for Range Management Meeting. January 28-February 2, 2018
DI STEFANO SEANF, Stauffer N, Karl JW, McCord S.  2017.  A comparison of two vegetation height measurement methods for applications to sage grouse habitat evaluations. 70th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting. Jan 29 - Feb 02, 2017
Foster BM, McCord S, Kachergis E.  2018.  Coordinating a national rangeland monitoring training program: Success and lessons learned. Society for Range Management Meeting. January 28-February 2, 2018
Mauritz M, McCord S.  2021.  Data management in excel and R using national ecological observatory network's (NEON) small mammal data. Data Management using National Ecological Observatory Network's (NEON) Small Mammal Data with Accompanying Lesson on Mark Recapture Analysis.
Webb N, Edwards B, Burke R., McCord S, Van Zee J, Courtright E, Cooper B.  2020.  Defining thresholds for wind erosion in desert rangeland STMs. Society for Rangeland Meetings. Session 9
Stauffer N, McCord S.  2018.  DIMA.Tools: An R package for working with the database for inventory, monitoring, and assessment. Society for Range Management Meeting Proceedings. January 28-February 2, 2018
McCord S, Burnett S, Cappuccio N, Courtright J.  2018.  High quality data: An evaluation of AIM data quality and data quality procedures. Society for Range Management Meeting. January 28-February 2, 2018
Heller A., Webb N, Bestelmeyer BT, McCord S.  2020.  Spatial prediction of ecosystem state transitions on the Taos Plateau. Society for Rangeland Meetings. 88
Journal Article
DI STEFANO SEANF, Karl JW, McCord S, Stauffer N, Makela P, MANNING MARY.  2018.  Comparison of 2 vegetation height methods for assessing greater sage-grouse seasonal habitat. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 42(2):213-224.
Karl JW, McCord S, Hadley B.  2017.  A comparison of cover calculation techniques for relating point-intercept vegetation sampling to remote sensing imagery. Ecological Indicators. 73:156-165
Salley SW, Herrick JE, Holmes C, Karl JW, Levi MR, McCord S, VAN DE WAAL CORNELIS, Van Zee J.  2018.  A comparison of soil texture-by-feel estimates: Implications for the citizen soil scientist. Soil Science Society of America. 82:1526-1537.
Webb N, Van Zee J, Karl JW, Herrick JE, Courtright E, Billings B, Boyd R, Chappell A., Duniway MC, Derner JD et al..  2017.  Enhancing wind erosion monitoring and assessment for US rangelands. Rangelands. 39:85-96.
Allred BW, Bestelmeyer BT, Boyd CS, Brown C, Davies K.W, Duniway MC, Ellsworth LM, Erickson TA, Fuhlendorf S., Griffiths TV et al..  2021.  Improving Landsat predictions of rangeland fractional cover with multitask learning and uncertainty. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 12(5):841-846.
Webb N, Kachergis E., Miller S., McCord S, Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Chappell A., Edwards B, Herrick JE, Karl JW et al..  2020.  Indicators and benchmarks for wind erosion monitoring, assessment and management. Ecological Indicators. 110(105881)
McCord S, Buenemann M., Karl JW, Browning D.M., Hadley B.  2017.  Integrating remotely-sensed imagery and existing multi-scale field data to derive rangeland indicators: an application of Bayesian additive regression trees. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 70:644-655.
McCord S, Webb N, Van Zee J, Burnett SH, Christensen EM, Courtright E, Laney CM, Lunch C, Maxwell CJ, Karl JW et al..  2021.  Provoking a Cultural Shift in Data Quality. BioScience.
Webb N, Chappell A., Edwards B, McCord S, Van Zee J, Cooper B, Courtright E, Duniway MC, SHARRAT BRENTON, Tedela N.  2019.  Reducing sampling uncertainty in aeolian research to improve change detection. Journal of Geophysical Research. 124:1-12.
Bestelmeyer BT, Marcillo G, McCord S, Mirsky S, Moglen G.E, Neven L, Peters DC, Djebou DSohoulande, Wakie T.  2020.  Scaling up agricultural research with artificial intelligence. IEEE IT Professional. 22:32-38.
McCord S, Welty JL, Courtright J, Dillon C, Traynor A, Burnett SH, Courtright E, Fults G., Karlgh JW, Van Zee J et al..  2021.  Ten practical questions to improve data quality. Rangelands. :1-12.
Herrick JE, Karl JW, McCord S, Buenemann M., Riginos C., Courtright E, Van Zee J, Ganguli A.C., Angerer J., Brown J. et al..  2017.  Two New Mobile Apps for Rangeland Inventory and Monitoring by Landowners and Land Managers. Rangelands . 32(2):46-55.
Herrick JE, Karl JW, McCord S, Buenemann M., Riginos C., Courtright E, Van Zee J, Ganguli A.C., Angerer J., Brown J. et al..  2017.  Two new mobile apps for rangeland inventory and monitoring by landowners and land managers. Rangelands. 39:46-55.
Webb N, McCord S, Edwards B, Herrick JE, Kachergis E., Okin G., Van Zee J.  2021.  Vegetation Canopy Gap Size and Height: Critical Indicators for Wind Erosion Monitoring and Management. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 76:78-83.